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Rare Jewellery & Watches

Rare Jewellery & Watches

Truly spectacular one-of-a-kind and limited-edition pieces from the world’s leading haute horlogerie and haute joallerie brands.

  • Cartier

    Evoking pioneering Cartier Art Deco pieces and the Egyptian motifs celebrated at that time, this limited-edition ring and cuff set combines white diamond and black enamel with farmed and traceable Sardinian coral in one of the house’s few yellow gold collections.

  • Rarity - Cartier
  • "The limited-edition Cartier Calame collection is named after the pointed reed used by scribes in ancient Egypt."
  • H. Moser & Cie

    Fine watch fanatics will revel in the intricacies of H. Moser & Cie’s Heritage Perpetual Calendar, crafted exclusively for Harrods and a limited edition of one. Taking a late 19th-century pocket watch as inspiration, the past meets the present in a celebration of extraordinary technique: cloisonné enamelling on a diamond-set case; traditional grand-feu enamelling on the dial; an 18 karat gold HMC 341 calibre, complete with diamond end-stones. And in tribute to Harrods, a rich green hue replaces the original blue.

  • Rarity - H. Moser & Cie
  • Rarity - H. Moser & Cie

    It was Gabrielle Chanel’s favourite ornament – a gleaming ball of rock crystal standing on a base of three silver lions – and took pride of place in her Paris apartment. Now the design is reborn in the limited-edition Chronosphère clock, its lions given an all-black makeover and the rock crystal transformed into a glass sphere housing hour and minute markers on two rotating disks. A modern vision of antic emanations.

  • Bulgari

    A kaleidoscope of sapphires, pearls, emeralds and diamonds, Bulgari’s Secret Mirror necklace is dedicated to Cornelia Constanza Barberini, an 18th-century Roman princess known for her lavish parties. The Palazzo Barberini was renowned for its decorative mirrors, so it’s fitting, then, that reflections abound from this magnificent piece.

  • Rarity - Bvlgari
  • Rarity - Bvlgari
  • "A 26.84 carat Sri Lankan sapphire floats in a heart of rock crystal, making the stone look suspended, as if by magic."
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre

    Behold the smallest mechanical watch movement in the world, the Calibre 101. Barely modified since its inception in 1929, the movement comprises 98 parts but weighs less than one gram. Only a handful of watchmakers have mastered the assembly it requires, so just 50 are produced each year – one of which features in this white gold 101 La Reine timepiece embellished with an arresting 110 diamonds.

  • Rarity - Jaeger LeCoultre
  • Rarity - Jaeger LeCoultre
  • Graff

    For every 10,000 diamonds mined, a single coloured one is found. Graff’s floral brooch features no fewer than four such diamonds. The most arresting – an 8.97 carat Fancy Vivid Pinkish Orange pear-shaped diamond – crowns the bouquet. Set en tremblant, a technique that dates back to the 18th century, the stones shimmer delicately with the wearer’s every movement.

  • Rarity - Graff
  • "For every 10,000 diamonds mined, a single coloured one is found."
  • A. Lange & Söhne

    A first in the world of watchmaking, this impossibly complex timepiece features a combination of dials that – via hour, minute and second counters – allow the wearer to measure and compare the duration of two simultaneous events of up to 12 hours’ length. Double-split watches are themselves extremely rare, as even that complication is fiendishly difficult to produce; the Triple Split Rattrapante Chronograph is therefore a true technical tour de force.

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  • Rarity - A. Lange & Söhne
  • Harry Winston
  • Rarity - Harry Winston
    Rarity - Harry Winston

    486 diamonds – totalling 36.67 carats – are combined with lustrous mother-of-pearl to recreate the lights of the city, while atop the skyscraper, an onyx crown twists to reveal a diminutive timepiece.

  • Rolex

    Making its debut in the UK, the Sapphire Pearlmaster is a sparkling addition to Rolex’s signature line. While the dial is encircled by 48 baguette-cut sapphires, no less than 713 diamonds make up the pavé-set centre. And for the finishing touch, an elegant gem-set bracelet in Everose gold – an 18 karat pink-gold alloy patented by Rolex and made in the house’s own foundry.

  • Rarity - Rolex
  • Rarity - Rolex
  • "The dial is encircled by 48 baguette-cut sapphires in graduating shades of yellow and dark orange."
Rare Finds

Rare Finds

Spanning fashion and fine jewellery, gastronomy and interior design, discover our curated list of Rare Finds.